One mistake we make as adults is getting away from what food really is. Nutrition. We become so consumed with wanting to eat the 'naughty' foods that are parents stopped us eating just because we are old enough to make our own choices.
Just because you can eat something, doesn't mean you should.
Think about what that body is doing for you. How will you use that food and what for.
Are you going to go a long time until your next meal? If so you want to make sure the meal high in fibre to keep you fuller for longer.
Are trying to recover and repair muscles from workouts? Then you want to make sure your meals have adequate protein.
Do you have any issues like bad skin or poor concentration? If so it may be a micronutrient deficiency that could be addressed by diet.
All of these things are related to the food you put inside your body. Don't just go by what you like. Think about what you like and what you need and try to find the #balance in between.
Your body will thank you for it. #heartattackfitness#personaltraining#bodybuilding#muscle#gym#workout#fitness#私人健身教練#肌肉#健美運動#fitness#nutrition#health#diet#foodchoices#fuel#foodporn#vegetables#beef#potatoes
Who doesn't love fries?? 🍟🍟🍟 I had a really big craving for McDonald's but I decided to be good and bake some fries ad a healthier and cheaper alternative 😉
1 large potato (or as many as you can fit in a single layer in a pan)
1. Preheat oven to 400℉.
2. Cut potato into slices, thick or thin depending on your preference. Make sure not to make them too thick or they won't cook through.
3. Line a baking tray with aluminum foil or parchment paper. Grease with olive oil.
4. Line the potato slices into a single layer in the pan.
5. Add salt, pepper, garlic powder, chili powder to taste. Drizzle olive oil on top of potatoes.
6. Bake for 15-30min depending on thickness of slices, or until they become soft and golden brown on the edges.
7. Enjoy 😊